Regina Stratil, administrator

Regina is the administrator of the Constructive Teaching Centre and the administrator the archives. She trained at the Alexander Technique Studio, London, and teaches at the Trust’s Alexander Technique Centre in Imperial Wharf, and at Student Central, former ULU building, in Bloomsbury.

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Jean M. O. Fischer, centre manager

Jean is in charge of coordinating all activities at the centre and associated administration. He trained 1984-87 and did two post-graduate terms at Constructive Teaching Centre in 1988. He taught at the Alexander Technique Studio 1997-2012 and is currently teaching on the CTC training courses. He gives individual lessons at the Pimlico Centre for the Alexander Technique, London. Jean has annotated and edited books on the Alexander Technique, and is the publisher of books on the Technique under the Mouritz imprint. Jean is a previous Congress Director, STAT Council Member, and trustee of the FM Alexander Trust.

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Frankie Wynne

Frankie started having lessons at the Constructive Teaching Centre in the early 1990s.  Since graduating in Sociology and Social Anthropology in 1982 she has worked in the publishing industry and is a Chief Sub Editor at IPC Media.

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Gerald Foley

Gerald qualified as a civil engineering in 1957. He is author of The Energy Question (Penguin, 1976) and has written extensively on energy and environmental issues in the developing world. He taught at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, and has worked for the International Institute for Environment and Development and the Panos Institute. During the 1990s he carried out studies for the World Bank, EU, UN and other international agencies. He was chair of the Board of Trustees of the Panos Institute during the 1990s. He trained as a teacher of the Alexander Technique at the Constructive Teaching Centre and has been a visiting teacher at CTC since 2002.

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Mary Anne Sutherland

Mary Anne graduated from the Courtauld Institute in 1968.  She then worked in the Editorial office of McKinsey.  After having two children she taught on the Christie’s Fine Arts Course, was a freelance lecturer in Art History and started and ran Art at Exhibition.  From 1983 she was a tutor at City and Guilds of London Art School.  She has also worked with asylum seekers for a human rights lawyer.  Mary Anne has been a pupil of the Alexander Technique with Ruth Murray at the Constructive Teaching Centre for three years.

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James Rowsell

James, LLB Hons, is Barrister at Law. He has worked for a variety of Investment Banks as an equity financial analyst and salesman, and in a number of senior management roles for Paribas, James Capel (HSBC), Salomon Brothers, Citigroup, and Man Group. He recently retired as CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald in Europe. He is a pupil of the Alexander Technique.

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Rosalind Holmes

Rosalind studied BA fashion at Central Saint Martins, London. She subsequently worked for designers Gareth Pugh and Giles Deacon, and she lived briefly in New York City where she worked with milliner Leah C. Rosalind is now a London-based textile designer and illustrator. She has been a pupil of the Alexander Technique since 2012.

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Christopher Carrington

Christopher is the eldest son of Dilys and Walter Carrington.  After leaving school in 1960, he joined the Royal Air Force as an officer cadet at the RAF College, Cranwell. He graduated as a pilot in 1963 and after several flying appointments, served in the Ministry of Defence and NATO Headquarters in Brussels.  After retiring from the RAF in 1991 he worked in London as financial controller and company secretary for a not-for-profit organisation.  In 2001, he ceased full-time employment to accompany his partner on her diplomatic appointments overseas. Now fully retired Christopher is living in west London.

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